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2 minutes ago, Brunners said:

The BBC filming his crying wife & close ups of him receiving treatment was disgusting,.

It won't be the BBC controlling the TV feeds, will it?  It'll be a different broadcaster with the beeb taking the feed from them.

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When you see something like that it makes you think about stuff and I think its an appropriate time to also say how positive this forum is for myself and my mental health and mood.  It’s a great place

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Just now, Changing Times said:

It won't be the BBC controlling the TV feeds, will it?  It'll be a different broadcaster with the beeb taking the feed from them.

I don't actually know, whoever it was doing the filming then is disgusting.

Reports starting to creep out that he has survived.

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3 minutes ago, TheJew said:

Just incredibly sad. Felt TV channels should have offered more privacy - I had to turn it off after they started CPR, was just too much. Still got a lump in my throat now.

Really hope he pulls through. Thoughts and prayers with Eriksen and his family.

Yeah I turned it off after a couple of mins myself.  It seemed obvious what had happened and I didn't want to watch it unfold.

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5 minutes ago, Brunners said:

The BBC filming his crying wife & close ups of him receiving treatment was disgusting,.

Don’t think it’s the BBC but whoever was doing the international broadcasters. Still shocking and in poor taste

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3 minutes ago, Brunners said:

The BBC filming his crying wife & close ups of him receiving treatment was disgusting,.

I doubt very much if the BBC would have a film crew there at the best of times let alone an on site producer or director. The Pictures most likely were coming from the local Danish Broadcaster and then beamed to other TV companies around the world. As it was live I don't think it fair to pass judgement on what was being filmed as nobody really knew anything about what was going on and I don't for one minute think that any TV company would be looking to sensationalise such tragic events. Damned if they do and damned if they don't. The only important thing in all this is that he pulls through.

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10 minutes ago, Brunners said:

Does the rest of the tournament go ahead as planned now? I don't know how you continue after something like this 😞

They continued the 2003 Confederations Cup after Marc Vivien Foe collapsed and died during the Semi Final against Colombia.  I was watching that day as well 😢🙏

The tournament won't stop.

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3 minutes ago, Brunners said:

As someone mentioned, image going around that suggests he was conscious on the stretcher. Hope that is true.

Yes just seen that pic. What a relief. 

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yes, everyone is correct, I apologise for blaming the BBC - although I do believe they could have cut to studio quicker. 

I do still contend filming his crying wife to be a poor thing to do.

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Just now, Changing Times said:

They continued the 2003 Confederations Cup after Marc Vivien Foe collapsed and died during the Semi Final against Colombia.  I was watching that day as well 😢🙏

The tournament won't stop.

Fingers crossed we have a better outcome this time.

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